When will AMD come out with a new line of APUs with the CPU portion based on ryzen? I am beginning to plan my first HTPC a few months out, for playing and DVRing OTA TV, using PLEX to stream and organize digital media, etc. I just moved, and before buying an antenna I want to be sure my build can meet my needs, Right now, I have a 23" IPS Monitor I am making do with, but within the next year I am going to get a decently sized 4k OLED TV (. If the transition to ATSC 3 moves quicker, I may put off the TV purchase so I can get a model with the newer integrated tuner (I do not want an external tuner like was necessary for older TVs during the digital transition years ago). Can the integrated graphics in Intel chips readily decode 1080p and 4k content with hardware acceleration? For the price/watts/performance balance, is an existing AMD APU a better choice? The main goals of my build are the following: Be able to effortlessly handle 1080p off the bat- no considerably additional heat output or power consumption Provide EPG functionality (bonus points if this is by a native Win10 mobile App, or secure mobile interface for my Windows Mobile Device). I am just talking OTA here- I am not going the paid content and cablecard route. Fully hardware accelerated 4k content- be it streamed, or DVR (after ATSC 3.0). Ability to stream with pristine quality on LAN, and also provide remote access (I expect PLEX and my configuration is more involved than the PC Hardware here).